On 20/1/1969, Led Zeppelin appeared at the Wheaton Youth Center, Wheaton, during their first North American tour. Some reports suggest that only 55 fans attended this show, (if so, this would make it the smallest audience they ever played to). This show was on a Monday and the night of Richard Nixon's inauguration. Zeppelin were paid $250 to appear.
However, Led Zeppelin's official site lists the show only as an "unconfirmed rumour," and notes that the band's road manager, Richard Cole, has no memory of it either. Further, nobody has ever been able to produce a photograph, contract, ticket stub, gig poster or any other physical evidence to prove that the band did in fact perform there.
The iconic Slash delivering his emotional solo in Guns N' Roses track, "Don't Cry" off of their double album, Use Your Illusion. This of course is the iconic Tokyo concert. That Goldtop Les Paul had such a thick tone, I remember watching Slash play the Godfather theme on that guitar. I heard it got stolen unfortunately. What's your favourite Guns N' Roses album?